KATHMANDU, April 11 -- The Nepal government has already informed the United Nations that it would withdraw its peacekeeping forces from war-torn Libya if conditions continue to worsen. The United States and India have already pulled their security forces amid escalating conflict.

"We have already informed the United Nations through Colonel Padam Bahadur Singh, military adviser to the Permanent Mission of Nepal to the United Nations," Yam Prasad Dhakal, spokesperson of Nepal Army said. "The Special Representative to the Secretary-General will take necessary steps."

The decision comes days after the Nepal Army said that its contingent of 231 peacekeepers, one of whom is stationed in Tunisia as an observer, was safe.

With the evacuation o...